Wendy Gordon

Wendy is a Senior Associate in our Commercial Property Team.

Biography

I joined Murdoch’s property law team in 2015 and have been practicing law for over 15 years.

Outside of work travel is my passion – I love to explore different cultures, architecture, and histories. I’m also a keen gardener and cook and enjoy relaxing at home with friends, family and good food. I’m also mum to 2 very spoilt dogs who rule the roost.

At work, I am passionate about property law. Although I have practiced in a broad range of areas over the years, I now practice almost exclusively in property law.

I assist clients in all areas of property law – rural and commercial sales and acquisitions, rural, retail, commercial and industrial leasing matters, retirement living agreements, water and titling matters, property development issues and advising on and preparing a diverse range of property and commercial agreements.

Coming from a rural background I am particularly passionate about rural matters and understand the particular needs of rural clients.

I strive to meet my client’s individual needs in an effective, easy to understand and timely manner and look forward to assisting you with your property matters.

Practice Areas

  • Rural acquisitions and sales
  • Water matters
  • Commercial purchases and sales
  • Rural, retail, industrial and commercial leasing
  • Retirement living Agreements
  • Land development
  • Option Agreements
  • Easements
  • Loan Agreements and Mortgages
  • Commercial Agreements
  • Titling matters

Qualifications & Reputation

  • Professional Qualifications:
    • Bachelor and Laws and Business Management, University of Queensland
  • Continuing Professional Development:
    • Annual Property Law Conferences
  • Associations:
    • Member of Queensland Law Society
    • Member of Downs and South Western Queensland Law Association

Articles

What You Need to Know About Water Licence Trading

In the past, Water Licences (as opposed to Water Allocations) have attached to land and could only be transferred with…

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No More Paper Certificates of Title

Currently in Queensland, if a paper Certificate of Title is issued for a lot, it must be presented to the…

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Warning for Clearing Category X Vegetation

Although clearing Category X vegetation may be allowable under the Vegetation Management Act, a recent Court of Appeal decision has…

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New Cladding Laws

On 1 October 2018 new legislation in relation to cladding products on privately owned buildings in Queensland came into effect….

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I have A Queensland Retail Shop Lease – What are my Legal Protections?

The Retail Shop Leases Act (“the Act”) sets mandatory minimum standards for retail shop leases in Queensland and offers tenants…

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Contact Information

Direct Line: 07 4616 9847